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Albert H. Alberts (2007-05-13)
ALL: Here is a possible novelty in the Shesnikov:1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.d4 cd4 4.Nd4 Nf6 5.Nc3 e5 6.Ndb5 d6 7.Bg5 a6 8.Na3 b5 9.Bf6 gf6 10.Nd5 f5 11.Bd3 Be6 12.0-0 Bd5 13.ed5 Ne7 and now tournament lines go say Re1 to respond e4 with Bf1 and win over Nc2/a4 in the endgame. TRY 14. c3 Bg7 15. g4!? e4 16.Bc2 b4 17.cb4!? Bb2 18. Kh1 and now I was able to win for white after both Ba1 or Ba3 having gf5/Be4 or Ba4 and an open g-( and c and b)-file for white.Suppose g4 is healthy no black tournament player will engage in Shesnikov for a while? www.howtofoolfritz.com updated late april. Albert H.Alberts
Ilmars Cirulis (2007-05-13 12:55:49)
My try was 14.Nxb5. :) The game is still going.
I offer (after 14.g4) 14.-- fxg4 15.Qxg4 0-0 with f5 and e4. Now black (not white) has open g-line. Also black has control in center. But white has only weak horse and bishop (against active black horse and bishop).
In my opinion.
Thibault de Vassal (2007-05-13 13:54:47)
Interesting line, indeed. I just entered a few moves in Wikichess, feel free to show us your lines after g4 :) .. Another great line is 11.Nxb5 !? IMO.
Albert H. Alberts (2007-05-19 15:54:40)
Cirulis/Thibault. Indeed after 14.-fg4 15.Qg4 f5 black is clearly better. But my Fritz-10 went 14.- e4/Bb2 and that is bad. However white can go 12.c3 Bd5 13/ed5 Ne7 14. g4!? hg4 15.Qg4 Rg8 16.Qf3 Ng6 and then 17.0-0-0 to save tempi for 0-0/Kh1 and connect rooks.I'll be back early next week for lines.
Wolfgang Utesch (2007-05-19 17:34:44)
I think, openings like Sveshnikov have much more secrets as engines alone can analyse!
Albert H. Alberts (2007-05-23 14:49:38)
To Wolfgang Utech: ALL openings have more secrets can the engines can detect.Invariant of the program Fritz, Rybka, Junior, whatever.Question is to unveil them.It is more difficult with greater processing speed/deeper depth. In "so-called "free style" chess (allowing use of machines) players go over ELO 3000 no draws, so some of them should be able to beat machines with ease. Albert H.Alberts,www.howtofoolfritz.com
Thibault de Vassal (2007-05-23 16:07:43)
So true, fortunately :)
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